Injustice for All from False Confessions

The problem continues to plague the criminal law system, but there are ways to solve it.

, The National Law Journal


As we continue to hear about more wrongful convictions rooted in false confessions, we should push for two important reforms: broadening the cases in which police electronically record interrogations, and developing a more rigorous and independent process for state executive branches to consider and resolve false-confession claims.

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  • RobertRivernider

    "justice in the back room." It should be embarrassing to everyone who takes an oath to "do Justice" not secure a conviction when an accused person has to plead guilty due to an overzealous prosecution.

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